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Waxworms – a Top treat for your Birdees!

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Waxworms are the larvae of the waxmoth, specially treated with a completely natural process to inhibit pupation and aid storage,…

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Looking after your wormery in the Spring

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Now Spring is starting to show itself it is time to bring your wormery out of the garage, greenhouse or…

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What’s in your wormery?

In addition to your worms, it is quite likely that you will spot some other beings in your wormery from…

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Composting Worms

Worms such as Eisenia andreii (commonly known as red worms or “reds”) and Eisenia hortensis (these are often called “dendras”…

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Composting with Worms

It’s a “Happy Birthday” to Jane Perrone at Horticultural who has taken delivery of her present, a Can-o-Worms. Jane has…

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Composting worms love kitchen waste

Composting with worms is called vermicomposting and is perfect for dealing with all of your kitchen waste. One of the…

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It’s a Happy "Wiggly" Christmas from us all at Lower Blakemere Farm

We would like to wish all our customers a very Happy Christmas. Don’t forget to pop a wee snack or…

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How to deal with your food waste and make the most amazing compost!

It’s generally reckoned that about a third of all food in the UK ends up in the bin, either as…

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A Wiggly World Fix!

Landscape Juicehas a great post on worms with lots of useful links – including me – Thank you Philip Voice…

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